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Garden of Versailles ~ French Yellow and Grey White Table Runner

Garden of Versailles ~ French Yellow and Grey White Table Runner
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Inspiration for Versailles:
Versailles. The name alone conjures images of gilded glory, artful extravagance, and royal grandeur. This majestic, magical palace was imagined and built in the late 17th century under King Louis XIV, and remains a lavish expression of French architecture and landscape design. ... [ read more ]

Garden of Versailles ~ French Yellow and Grey White Table Runner

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Gardens of Versailles consists of delicate, petite, scrolling floral vines designed to balance the powerful, glamorous medallion motifs in the main Versailles print. In the same royal color palette of yellow gold, silver grey and burgundy, this print is inspired by the enchanting gardens that surround the Palace of Versailles.
  • Beautiful & versatile, one of a kind, table runner.
  • Creates an exotic canvas for many memorable meals.
  • Printed on soft, preshrunk, superior grade cotton, finished with double stitched hems.
  • Hand printed using intricately carved wooden blocks.
Each piece is handcrafted using intricately hand carved wooden blocks and is an original work of art distinguished by the work of the artisan, the particular lot of dye, and even varying weather conditions. Tonal variations are inherent to the block printing process and enhance the individuality, character and uniqueness of each creation.

Delivery Time: In stock items are shipped within 2-3 days of order placement.

Wash & Care: Machine wash separately in cold water with a gentle detergent. Do not use bleach or a detergent with bleach additives. Tumble Dry warm. Iron using cotton settings.
Inspiration for Versailles:
Versailles. The name alone conjures images of gilded glory, artful extravagance, and royal grandeur. This majestic, magical palace was imagined and built in the late 17th century under King Louis XIV, and remains a lavish expression of French architecture and landscape design. ... [ read more ]
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